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MANDATORY DISCLOSURES

Mandatory Disclosure submitted by Girijananda Chowdhury Institute of Pharmaceutical Science running


AICTE approved Bachelor in Pharmacy programmes displayed on its website and submitted to AICTE every
year together with its URL www.gips-guwahati.ac.in

The following information is given in the information Brochure besides being hosted on the Institution’s
official website.

“The information has been provided by the concerned institution and the onus of authenticity lies with the
institution and not on AICTE.”

I. NAME OF THE INSTITUTION (Address including telephone, Fax, Website, e. mail)

GIRIJANANDA CHOWDHURY INSTITUTE OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCE

ADDRESS STD. TELEPHO FAX E-MAIL WEBSITE


CODE NE

Hathkhowapara, 0361 2843405 2843507 gips_guwahati@rediff www.gips-guwahati.ac.in


Azara, Guwahati – .com
781001

II. NAME & ADDRESS OF THE DIRECTOR / PRINCIPAL (Address including telephone, Fax, e-mail.)

Prof. (Dr.) Suvakanta Dash


NAME

Principal
DESIGNATION

Hathkhowapara, Azara, Guwahati – 781001


ADDRESS

+919957184005 (M) FAX Nil


TELEPHONE

sdash777@rediff.com
E-MAIL

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III. GOVERNANCE

 Members of the Board and their brief background


SL NAME ADDRESS DESIGNATION
NO

1 Shri Ratul Das Nowjan Road, Uzan Bazar, President


Guwahati – 01
2 Shri Bijoyananda Chowdhruy Dispur, Guwahati – 06 Secretary
3 Dr. G.C. Kakoti Azara, Guwahati-17 Executive Director
4 Dr. Suvakanta Dash Azara, Guwahati-17 Principal, GIPS
5 Mr. Indranil Chanda Azara, Guwahati-17 Lecturer, GIPS
6 Dr. P. K. Goswami Dispur, Guwahati-06 Director of Technical
Education, Govt. of
Assam
7 Dr. Jayashree Goswami Mahanta Dispur, Guwahati-06 Member, Gauhati
University.
8 Prof. D.K. Sharma Dept. of Zoology, Gauhati Member, Gauhati
University University.
9 Dr. Pritam Mohan Dispur, Guwahati-06 Associate Professor,
CVSc, Guwahati.
10 Dr. L. K. Nath Dibrugarh University, Professor cum Head.
Dibrugarh, Assam.

 Members of Academic Advisory Body

1. Dr. G.C. Kakoti, (Executive Director)


2. Prof. (Dr.) Suvakanta Dash, (Principal, Girijananda Chowdhury Institute of Pharma. Science)
3. Prof. (Dr.) Hiranya Kumar Das, (Principal, Girijananda Chowdhury Institute of Engg. and Technology)
4. Prof. (Dr.) Lilakanta Nath, Department of Pharmaceutics, Dibrugarh University, Assam.
5. Academic Registrar, Gauhati University, Guwahati, Assam.
6. Mr. M. Bhandari, (Dean, Administration).
7. Mr. Dipankar Saha, (Lecturer)
8. Mr. Pulak Deb, (Lecturer)
9. Mr. Abdul Baquee Ahmed, (Lecturer)
10. Mr. Indranil Chanda, (Lecturer)
11. Mrs. Smriti Rekha Das (Lecturer)
12. Mr. Bipul Nath (Lecturer)
13. Mr. Bhanu Pratap Sahu (Lecturer)
14. Mr. Jiban Debnath (Lecturer)
15. Mr. Sumit Das (Lecturer)
16. Mr. Dibyendu Shil (Lecturer)

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 Frequency of the Board Meetings and Academic Advisory Body
 Board Meeting : Twice a year

 Academic Advisory Body : Twice a year

 Teachers Council : Every Month.

 Organizational chart and processes :

Society

Secretary

Advisory Committee Governing Body

Executive Director Principal Dean (Administration)

Academic Committee /
Teachers’ Council

Examination Committee

Library Committee

Guidance & Counseling


Committee

Training & Placement


Committee

Centre for Industrial


Consultancy and R & D

Office Manager

Grievance Redressal Cell

Purchase Committee

Anti-Ragging Committee

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 Nature and Extent of involvement of faculty and students in academic
affairs/improvements:
 Through Teaching, group discussion and open seminars.
 Students feedback on Institutional performance.

Grievance redress mechanism for faculty, staff & students


Grievances are received through the Teachers Coordinators from the student’s representatives. Staff and
faculty grievance were received through the staff meeting and solved by open discussion with the
management.

IV. PROGRAMMES

 Name of the Programmes approved by the AICTE : Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharmacy) Course

 Name and duration of the programme (s), if any , not approaved by AICTE and being run in the same campus:
Nil
 For each Programme the following details are to be given:

 Name : Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharmacy)


 Number of seats : 60
 Duration : 4 years
 Cut off mark/rank for admission during the last three years : 45% (General), 40% (SC/ST)

Fee:

Name of the Admission Fee Tuition Fee Development Caution Money University Fee
course (Rs) (Yearly) Fee (Annually) (Refundable) (Rs)
(Rs) (Rs) (Rs)

B.Pharmacy 5,000.00 60,000.00 15,000.00 10,000.00 As applicable

 Placement Facilities : Not applicable

 Campus placement in last three years with minimum salary, maximum salary and average salary :
: Not applicable

 Name and duration of programme(s) having affiliation/collaboration with Foreign University(s)/Institution(s) and
being run in the same Campus along with status of their AICTE approval. If there is foreign collaboration, give
the following details : None

V. FACULTY

 Number of faculty members :


 Permanent Faculty : 12
 Visiting Faculty : 04
 Adjunct Faculty : 04
 Guest Faculty : 01
 Number of faculty employed and left during the last three years : NIL
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 PROFILE OF PRINCIPAL WITH QUALIFICATIONS, TOTAL EXPERIENCE, AGE AND
DURATION OF EMPLOYMENT AT THE INSTITUTE CONCERNED

1. Name - Dr. Suvakanta Dash

2. Date of Birth - 30.11.1970 (38 years)

3. Qualification - M.Pharm, Ph.D (Pharmacy)

4. Date of Joining – 01 – 07 – 2007.

5. Work Experience -

Teaching - 18 Years

Research - 08 Years

Industry - 01 Years

6. Area of Specializations: Biopharmaceutics.

7. Experience of teaching at Under Graduate Level : Biopharmaceutics & Industrial Pharmacy.

Post Graduate Level : Pharmaceutics, Novel Drug Delivery Systems.

8. Research guidance

No. of papers published in Master’s - National Journals : 06

Ph.D. - International Journals: 04

` Conference : 13

9. Projects Carried Out: 05 (A.I.C.T.E & UGC)

10. Patents Nil

11. Technology Transfer Nil

12. Research Publications 10

12. No. of Books published with details: 01

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VI. FEE

 Details of fee, as approved by State fee Committee, for the Institution : Proposed fee structure yet to be
approved by the State Fee Committee
 Time schedule for payment of fee for the entire programme : By eight installments with two
installments each year.
 No. of Fee waivers granted with amount and name of students : Nil
 Number of scholarship offered by the institute, duration and amount : Nil
 Criteria for fee waivers/scholarship : Yet to be finalized
 Estimated cost of Boarding and Lodging in Hostels : Not available

VII. ADMISSION
 Number of seats sanctioned with the year of approval : Year No. of seats sanctioned
2007 – 08 60
2008 – 09 60
2009-10 60

 Number of students admitted under various categories in the present academic year 2009-10: 58 (Fifty Eight)
 Number of applications received during last two years :

Year No. of applications received No. admitted


2008 – 09 137 60
2009 – 10 78 60

VIII. ADMISSION PROCEDURE


 Mention the admission test being followed, name and address of the Test Agency and its URL (website) :
The admission test is being conducted by the Examination Committee of the Institute (BPET-
Committee)
 Number of seats allotted to Test Qualified candidates [BPET association conducted test]: 58 (Fifty Eight)

 CALENDER FOR ADMISSION:


 Last date for request for applications : 16th June
 Last date for submission of application : 20th June
 Date of Entrance Examination (BPET-09) : 21st June
 Dates for announcing final results : 23rd June
 Release of admission list : 23rd June
 Date for acceptance by the candidate : 21st & 22nd July
 Last date for closing of admission: 17th August
nd
 Starting of the Present Academic session : 22 July
st
 Date of withdrawal of fees : 1 week of September

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IX. CRITERIA AND WEIGHTAGES FOR ADMISSION

 Describe each criteria with its respective weightages:

 BPET Entrance Test : 75% Weightage.

 Marks in Qualifying Exam : 25% Weightage.

 The minimum level of acceptance, if any : H.S. passed with minimum in PCM/PCB – 45 % (General)
40/ % (SC/ST)

 The cut-off levels of percentage & percentile scores of the candidates in the admission test for the last three
years :
Year Cut-off levels of scores in BPET-08
2008 – 09 72 Rank

X. APPLICATION FORM

APPLICATION FORMS ARE AVAILABLE ON DOWNLOADED FROM THE WEBSITE: YES

XI. LIST OF APPLICANTS

 List of Candidates admitted in the Academic Session 2009-10 with Rank in admission test (BPET-08)
& Percentage of marks in qualifying examination.

% of Marks in
Rank held in
Sl. No Name of the Students 10+2 Science Category
BPET 09
(PCM / PCB)
1. Abinash Kalita 41 64% General
2. Bhashyati Deka 10 60% General
3. Bhaskar Dutta 65 55% OBC
4. Bhaskarjyoti Barman 35 58% General
5. Bhrigu Kumar Das 07 61% General
6. Bhusanjyoti Boruah 31 61% General
7. Bidintha Daimary 49 47% General
8. Bidyut Bikash Kalita 63 45% General
9. Bikash Saha 47 58% General
10. Bikumani Malakar 08 61% General
11. Biman Ullah 68 45% General
12. Bhargab Nath Patwari 64 46% General
13. Bikash Deka 72 54% General
14. Dhrubajyoti Bhattacharjya 54 55% General
15. Gunin Sarania 62 45% ST
16. Hemanga Hazarika 42 50% General
17. Hemanta Neog 53 54% General
18. Himadri Das 30 56% OBC

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19. Harshita Krishnatreyya 15 53% General
20. Jinnat Saberin 23 54% General
21. Kaustov Mani Kalita 69 49% General
22. Kuldeep Bujarbaruah 70 48% General
23. Kunjan Phukan 06 63% General
24. Mamata Mazumder 28 56% General
25. Md. Asraful Alom 39 53% MOBC
26. Md. Khorsed Ali 34 54% General
27. Md. Shabbir Ahmed 55 48% General
28. Mrigen Kalita 57 48% General
29. Muminuz Zaman 46 50% General
30. Mayuri Borah 29 59% General
31. Naba Jyoti Barman 25 58% General
32. Nazma Begum 37 54% General
33. Neelam Rai 70 59% General
34. Neema Rani Kalita 69 48% General
35. Parimal Ch. Dey 20 59% General
36. Parimita Kalita 17 63% General
37. Parinita Deka 45 51% General
38. Partha Pratim Sharma 60 46% General
39. Prithivi Raj karmakar 16 56% General
40. R. James 01 84% SC
41. Ripunjoy Bordoloi 24 54% General
42. Rubia Akhter Hannan 18 60% General
43. Sabina Akhtabun Hoque 5 63% General
44. Shantanu Saikia 44 47% General
45. Shunakshi Das 48 50% General
46. Sikharani Sharma 12 62% General
47. Sun Brahma 69 70% ST
48. Syeda Farnaz Begum 70 54% General
49. Sandip Roy 13 72% General
50. Santimoni Saikia 21 61% General
51. Zubair Rahman 52 46% General
52. Mouchumi Bora 27 49% General
53. Abida Khatun 33 62% General
54. Sonu Kumar Thakur 45 53% OBC
55. Ankita Kashyap 46 65% General
56. Sebashree Roy 62 61% SC
57. Nirupam Das 58 54% General
58. Surajit Mahanta 23 54% General
59. Baibhav Gogoi 12 66% General
60. Kandarpa Deka 72 48% General

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List of Lateral Entry Students 2009
Sl. No Name of the Students % of Marks in Category
D.Pharm
1. Aminul Islam 63.9 % General

2. Bidhya Sharma 73.0 % General

3. Kushal Saikia 72.0 % General

4. Md. Mazharul Islam Choudhury 71.0 % General

5. Sariful Ahmed 69.0 % General

6. Sarwar Khan 70.1 % General

XII. NEW INTIATIVES AND FUTURE VISION:

1. To make the Institute a globally recognized centre of excellence in Pharmaceutical science and
Technology

2. To set up of first drug informative centre in North Eastern part of India.

3. New M. Pharm. Proposals will be submitted in due course of time.

4. Emphasis on curriculum - GMP/GLP/TQM as per requirements, laid down in Global Pharmaceutical


standards.

5. Development of Novel Drug Delivery System by isolating/ synthesizing of the medicinal agents.

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XIII. FACULTY PROFILE OF THE INSTITUTE:

1. Name & Designation - Dr. Suvakanta Dash, Principal.

2. Date of Birth - 30.11.1970 (38 years)

3. Qualification - M.Pharm, Ph.D (Pharmacy)

4. Date of Joining – 01 – 07 – 2007.

5. Work Experience -

Teaching - 18 Years

Research - 08 Years

Industry – 01 Year

6. Area of Specializations: Biopharmaceutics.

7. Experience of teaching at Under Graduate Level : Biopharmaceutics & Industrial Pharmacy.

Post Graduate Level : Pharmaceutics, Novel Drug Delivery Systems.

8. Research guidance

No. of papers published in Master’s - National Journals : 06

Ph.D. - International Journals: 04

Conference : 13

9. Projects Carried Out: 04 (A.I.C.T.E & UGC)

10. Patents Nil

11. Technology Transfer Nil

12. Research Publications 10

12. No. of Books published with details: 01

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Faculty

1. Name - Mr. Dipankar Saha.

2. Date of Birth - 01.01.1980

3. Qualification - M.Pharm

4. Date of Joining – 01 – 06 – 2007.

5. Work Experience -

Teaching - 01 Years

Industry - Nil

6. Area of Specializations: Pharmacology

7. Subjects teaching at Under Graduate Level: Anatomy Physiology & Health Education &
Pharmacology

8. Research: Applied for Ph. D registration under Dibrugarh


University

9. Research Publications Nil

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Faculty

1. Name - Mr. Pulak Deb.

2. Date of Birth - 08.07.1980

3. Qualification - M.Pharm

4. Date of Joining – 01 – 06 – 2007.

5. Work Experience -

Teaching - 01 Years

Industry – 01 Years

6. Area of Specializations: Pharmaceutics

7. Subjects teaching at Under Graduate Level: Pharmaceutics, Pharmacognosy.

8. Research: Registered Ph.D under Dibrugarh University

9. Research Publications Nil

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Faculty

1. Name - Mr. Abdul Baquee Ahmed.

2. Date of Birth - 12.08.1977

3. Qualification - M.Pharm

4. Date of Joining – 01 – 08 – 2007.

5. Work Experience -

Teaching - 02 Years

Industry – 02 Years

6. Area of Specializations: Pharmaceutics

7. Subjects teaching at Under Graduate Level: Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Analysis.

8. Research: Registered Ph.D under Dibrugarh University

9. Research Publications: 01 (one)

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Faculty

1. Name - Mr. Indranil Chanda.

2. Date of Birth - 12.04.1980

3. Qualification - M.Pharm

4. Date of Joining – 01 – 03 – 2008.

5. Work Experience -

Teaching - 02 Years

Industry – Nil

6. Area of Specializations: Pharmaceutical Chemistry

7. Subjects teaching at Under Graduate Level: Pharmaceutical Chemistry (Inorganic), Pharmaceutical


Analysis.

8. Research: Registered Ph.D under Jadavpur University

9. Research Publications: Nil

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Faculty

1. Name - Mrs. Smriti Rekha Das.

2. Date of Birth - 30.09.1980

3. Qualification - M.Pharm

4. Date of Joining – 01 – 03 – 2008.

5. Work Experience -

Teaching - 02 Years

Industry – Nil

6. Area of Specializations: Pharmaceutical Chemistry

7. Subjects teaching at Under Graduate Level: Pharmaceutical Chemistry (Organic), Pharmaceutical


Analysis.

8. Research: Registered Ph.D under Gauhati University

9. Research Publications: Nil

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Faculty

1. Name - Mr. Lastrickle Bret Swett.

2. Date of Birth - 02.01.1985

3. Qualification - M.Pharm

4. Date of Joining – 04 – 08 – 2008.

5. Work Experience -

Teaching – 1 year

Industry – Nil

6. Area of Specializations: Pharmacognosy

7. Subjects teaching at Under Graduate Level: Pharmacognosy

8. Research: Nil

9. Research Publications: Nil

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Faculty

1. Name - Mr. Bipul Nath

2. Date of Birth - 09.05.1979

3. Qualification - M.Pharm

4. Date of Joining – 02 – 02 – 2009.

5. Work Experience -

Teaching - 02 Years

Industry – 1 month

6. Area of Specializations: Pharmaceutics

7. Subjects teaching at Under Graduate Level: Pharmaceutical Microbiology, Hospital Pharmacy.

8. Research: Persuing Ph.D under Dibrugarh University

9. Research Publications: 01

10. Conferences: 02

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Faculty

1. Name - Mr. Bhanupratap Sahu

2. Date of Birth – 28-03-82

3. Qualification - M.Pharm

4. Date of Joining – 02 – 02 – 2009.

5. Work Experience -

Teaching - 02 Years

Industry – 1 month

6. Area of Specializations: Pharmaceutics

7. Subjects teaching at Under Graduate Level: Physical pharmacy, Pharmaceutical chemistry,

8. Research: Applied Ph.D under Dibrugarh University

9. Research Publications: Nil

10. Conferences: 01

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Faculty

1. Name - Mr. Jiban Debnath

2. Date of Birth – 15-03-79

3. Qualification - M.Pharm

4. Date of Joining – 02 – 02 – 2009.

5. Work Experience -

Teaching - 01 Years

Industry – 1 month

6. Area of Specializations: Pharmacology

7. Subjects teaching at Under Graduate Level: Pathophysiology, Pharmacology.

8. Research: Nil

9. Research Publications: Nil

10. Conferences: 01

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Faculty

1. Name - Mr. Sumit Das.

2. Date of Birth - 29.01.1982

3. Qualification - M.Pharm

4. Date of Joining – 27 – 07 – 2009.

5. Work Experience -

Teaching – 01 Year.

Industry – Nil

6. Area of Specializations: Pharmaceutical Chemistry.

7. Subjects teaching at Under Graduate Level: Pharmaceutical Chemistry.

8. Research: Nil

9. Research Publications: Nil

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Faculty

1. Name - Mr. Dibyendu Shil.

2. Date of Birth - 06.03.1984

3. Qualification - M.Pharm

4. Date of Joining – 27 – 07 – 2009.

5. Work Experience -

Teaching – 03 Months

Industry – Nil

6. Area of Specializations: Pharmacognosy

7. Subjects teaching at Under Graduate Level: Pharmacognosy

8. Research: Nil

9. Research Publications: Nil

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XIV.INFORMATION ON INFRASTRUCTURE AND OTHER RESOURCES AVAILABLE

 LIBRARY:

 No. of Library Books, Title available = 443

 No of Library Books Volume available = 2069

 No. of National Journal Subscribed = 18

 No. of International Journals Subscribed = 03

 LABORATORY:

Name of the Total Area of


S.No
laboratory/workshop lab/workshop Major equipment
1 Pharmaceutical 79.23 sq m 1. Still Distillation Plant - 01 no.
Chemistry Lab I&II 2. pH Meter - 01 no.
3. DHONA Balance - 01 no.
4. Digital melting Point Apparatus - 01 no.
5. Dispensing Balance - 05 nos.
6. Infra Red Moisture Balance - 01 no.
7. Magnetic Stirrer - 01 no.
8. Plastic Desiccators - 01 no.
9. Colorimeter - 01 no.
10. Research Polarimeter - 01 no.
11. Sodium Lamp - 01 no.
12. Water Bath - 01 no.
13. Stalagmometer – 24 no.
14. Pycnometer – 25 no.
15. Dessicator – 03 sets.
16. Water Bath (Thermostat) – 01 set.
17. Coductivitymeter – 01 set.
18. Refrigerator-01
2 Pharmaceutical 79.23 sq m 1. DHONA balance - 01 no.
Analysis Lab 2. Water Bath - 01 no.
3. Suction Pump - 01 no.
4. Magnetic Stirrer - 01 no.
5. Vortex Shaker - 01 no.
6. Physical Balance - 01 no.
7. Refractometer - 01 no.
3 Pharmacognosy Lab 79.23 sq m 1. Hot Air Oven - 01 no.
2. Compound Microscope - 02 nos.
3. Microscope - 05 nos.
4. Ocular Micrometer - 05 nos.
5. Stage Micrometer - 05 nos.
6. Micropipette - 05 nos.
7. Camera Lucida (Prism Type) - 05 nos.
8. TLC Chamber – 05 nos.
9. Permanent slide for tissues- 01 nos.
10. Muffle furnace-01
11. Distillation unit-01
12. Projection microscope-01

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4 Pharmaceutics I Lab 79.23 sq m 1. Medico centrifuge with 4 tubes capacity- 02 nos.
and Central Machine 2. Autoclave - 01 no.
room 3. Ball Mill (5 lit) - 02 nos.
4. Bulk Density Apparatus - 01 no.
5. Disintegration apparatus - 01 no.
6. Test Sieves (various sizes) - 22 nos.
7. Sieve Shaker - 01 no.
8. Homogenizer – 05
9. Propeller type mechanical agitator- 05
10. Capsule filling machine – 01
11. Ampoule washing machine- 01
12. Ampoule washing and sealing machine- 01
13. Tablet disintegration apparatus- 01
14. Monsanto Hardness Tester- 05
15. Pfizer type- 05
16. Ampoule clarity app.- 01
17. Magnetic stirrer- 10
18. Aseptic cabinet- 01
19. Bulk density app.- 01
20. Capsule counter- 01
21. Tablet counter- 01
22. Tablet coating Machine
23. Suppository moulds-15
24. Anderson pipette- 03
25. Lipstick mould- 04
26. Antibiotic zone reader-01
27. Sterility testing apparatus (3 stage)- 01
28. Clavenger’s apparatus- 10
29. Friabilator-02
30. Double cone blender- 01
31. Tablet coating pan -01
5 Pharmaceutics II & 79.23 sq m 1.Bernollies Apparatus – 01
III Lab 2.Renolds Number App- 01
3. Orificemeter- 01
4. Redwood viscometer-03
5. Waterbath (microprocessor control)-01
6 Pharmaceutical 79.23 sq m 1. Aseptic room with laminar air flow facility -01
microbiology and 2. Hot air oven- 01
Hospital Pharmacy 3. Incubator- 01
lab 4. Autoclave -02
5. Immersion heater -01
6. Microscope -05
7. Antibiotic zone reader-01
8. Quebec colony counter-01
9. Aseptic cabinet-01
10. Refrigerator-01

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7 Human Anatomy 79.23 sq m 1. Haemocytometer - 06 nos.
& Physiology Lab 2. Human Eye model - 01 no.
3. Human Heart Model - 01 no.
4. Human Nervous System Model - 01 no.
5. Human Circulatory System Model-01 no.
6. Human Skeleton - 01 no.
7. B.P. Apparatus
8. Hemoglobinometer – 05 no.
9. Compound Microscope – 05 no.
10. Permanent slides – 05 muscles.
11. Water Bath (6 Holes) - 02 no.
12. Different physiological System models – 04 no.
13. Sphygmomanometer- 10
14. Stethescope- 10
15. Human Skeleton – 01
8 Pharmacology Lab 79.23 sq m 1. Student organ bath assembly (10)
2. Sherington rotating drum- (10)
3.Sherrington’s Kymograph Machine-01
4. Pole climbing apparatus-01
5. Electro-convulsiometer-01
6. Rota rod apparatus- 01
7. Histamine chamber-01
8. Actophotometer-01
9. Analgesiometer (tail flick/hot plate) -01
10. Plethysmometer-01
11. Condon’s mercury manometer-01
12. Langendroff apparatus-01
13. Rat restrain cage-06
14. Metabolic cage-01
15. Arterial/venous cannula-05
16. Thermometer-12
17. Animal cage(rat/mice/rabbits)-20. Brodies heart
lever-02
21. Jacson enterograph-02
22. Frontal writing lever-20
23. Simple lever-20
24. Fulcrum-20

9 Central Instrument 3 × 79.23 sq m 1. UV Spectrophotometer-01


room = 237.69 sq m 2. Dissolution apparatus (six basket) -01
3. Precision digital balace-01

 List of Experimental Set up - As per the B.Pharm Syllabus of Gauhati University.

 COMPUTER FACILITIES: -

 Number of computer with configuration : 25, Intel Pentium IV/Dual core/Vista software/Linux/MS Office

 No. of system connected by LAN = 25

 No. of system connected by WAN= NIL

 Internet band width : 1GB BSNL Broadband network

 Major Software package available: - Windows XP, Linux, Unix

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 WORKSHOP

 Games & Sports facilities- Both out door & Indoor games facilities are available
 Extra Curriculum Activities - i) Personality Development Camps. iii) Annual Cultural festival During
National Pharmacy Week (NPW).
 Curricula and syllabi for each of the
Programmes as approved by the University. :

Programme: B.Pharmacy
SEMESTER – I

Paper Paper Teaching Examination Marks Allotted


code Hours per Duration(Hours
week ) Sessi ESE Total
onal Marks
1.1.1 Pharmaceutical Analysis - I 3 3 20
80 100
1.1.2 Pharmacognosy - I 3 3 20
80 100
1.1.3 Pharmaceutical Chemistry – I (Inorganic 3 3 20
80 100
Pharmaceutical Chemistry)
1.1.4 Basic Electronics & Computer 3 3 20 80 100
Applications
1.1.5a Remedial Mathematics* 4 3 20 80 100
1.1.5b Remedial Biology* 3 3 20 50 70
1.1.6 Pharmaceutical Analysis –I Practicals 4 4 20 80 100
1.1.7 Pharmacognosy – I Practicals 4 4 20 80 100
1.1.8 Pharmaceutical Chemistry – I (Inorganic 4 4 20 80 100
Pharmaceutical Chemistry Practicals)
1.1.9 B.E.C.A Practicals 4 4 20 80 100
1.1.10 Remedial Biology Practicals 3 3 - 30 30
Total 28 900
The students admitted from the PCB group of (10+2) Science Stream will study Remedial Mathematics and the
PCM group will study the subject Remedial Biology.

SEMESTER – II

Paper Paper Teaching Marks Allotted


code Hours Examin
per week ation Sessio ESE Total
Duratio nal
n(Hour)

1.2.1 Pharmaceutics – I ( Physical Pharmacy) 3 3 20 80 100


1.2.2 Advanced Mathematics 4 3 20 80 100
1.2.3 Pharmaceutical Chemistry – II ( Physical Chemistry) 3 3 20 80 100
1.2.4 Pharmaceutical Chemistry –III ( Organic Chemistry) 4 3 20 80 100
1.2.5 Anatomy Physiology & Health Education – I 3 3 20 80 100
1.2.6 Pharmaceutics – I ( Physical Pharmacy Practicals 4 4 20 80 100
1.2.7 Pharmaceutical Chemistry – II ( Physical Chemistry) 4 4 20 80 100
Practicals
1.2.8 Pharmaceutical Chemistry – III ( Organic Chemistry) 3 4 20 80 100
Practicals
1.2.9 Anatomy Physiology & Health Education – I 4 4 20 80 100
Practicals
Total 32 900

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SEMESTER – III

Paper Paper Teaching Examinatio Marks Allotted


code Hours/we n
ek Duration(H Sessi ESE Total
our) onal
2.3.1 Pharmaceutics –II (Unit Operations- I) 3 3 20 80 100

2.3.2 Pharmaceutical Chemistry – (Organic 3 3 20 80 100


Chemistry –II)
2.3.3 Pharmacognosy –II 3 3 20 80 100

2.3.4. Pharmaceutical Analysis -II 3 3 20 80 100

2.3.5 Anatomy, Physiology & Health Education 3 3 20 80 100


-II
2.3.6 Pharmaceutics –II (Unit Operations- I) 4 4 20 80 100
Practicals
2.3.7 Pharmaceutical Chemistry –IV (Organic 4 4 20 80 100
Chemistry –II) Practicals
2.3.8 Pharmacognosy – II Practicals 4 4 20 80 100

2.3.9 Pharmaceutical Analysis –II Practicals 4 4 20 80 100

2.3.10 Anatomy Physiology & Health Education 4 4 20 80 100


–II Practicals
Total 35 1000

SEMESTER -IV

Paper Paper Teaching Examination Marks Allotted


code Hrs/week Duration(Hour)
Sessi ESE Total
onal
2.4.1 Pharmaceutics –III (Unit Operations-II) 3 3 20 80 100

2.4.2 Pharmaceutical Microbiology 3 3 20 80 100

2.4.3 Pharmacognosy - III 3 3 20 80 100

2.4.4. Pathophysiology of Common Diseases 3 3 20 80 100

2.4.5 Pharmaceutics –IV(Dispensing and 3 3 20 80 100


Community Pharmacy)
2.4.6 Pharmaceutics III Practicals 4 4 20 80 100

2.4.7 Pharm. Microbiology Practicals 4 4 20 80 100

2.4.8 Pharmacognosy III Practicals 4 4 20 80 100

2.4.9 Pharmaceutics – IV (Dispensing and 4 4 20 80 100


Community Pharmacy) Practicals
Total 31 900

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SEMESTER – V

Paper Paper Teaching Examinat Marks Allotted


code Hrs/week ion
Duration(
Hour) Sessi ESE Total
onal
3.5.1 Pharmaceutical Chemistry – V 3 3 20 80 100
( Biochemistry)
3.5.2 Pharmaceutics – V (Pharmaceutical 3 3 20 80 100
Technology – I)
3.5.3 Pharmacology – I 3 3 20 80 100

3.5.4. Pharmacognosy – IV 3 3 20 80 100

3.5.5 Pharmaceutics – VI ( Hospital 3 3 20 80 100


Pharmacy)
3.5.6 Pharmaceutical Chemistry – V 4 4 20 80 100
(Biochemistry )Practicals
3.5.7 Pharmaceutics – V (Pharmaceutical 4 4 20 80 100
Technology – I) Practicals
3.5.8 Pharmacology – I Practicals 4 4 20 80 100

3.5.9 Pharmacognosy – IV Practicals 4 4 20 80 100

3.5.10 Pharmaceutics – VI ( Hospital 4 4 20 80 100


Pharmacy) Practicals
Total 35 1000

SEMESTER – VI

Paper Paper Teachi Exam Marks Allotted


code ng inatio
Hours/ n
week Durati Sessiona ESE Total
on(H l
our)
3.6.1 Pharmaceutical Chemistry – IV 3 3 20 80 100
( Medicinal Chemistry – I )
3.6.2 Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence & Ethics 4 3 20 80 100
3.6.3 Pharmaceutics – VII (Biopharmaceutics 3 3 20 80 100
Pharmacokinetics)
3.6.4 Pharmacology - II 4 3 20 80 100
3.6.5 Pharmacognosy –V ( Chemistry of 3 3 20 80 100
Natural Products)
3.6.6 Pharmaceutical Chemistry – IV 4 4 20 80 100
( Medicinal Chemistry – I ) Practicals
3.6.7 Pharmaceutics – VII (Biopharmaceutics & 4 4 20 80 100
Pharmacokinetics) Practicals
3.6.8 Pharmacology – II Practicals 6 6 20 80 100
3.6.9 Pharmacognosy –V ( Chemistry of 4 4 20 80 100
Natural Products) Practicals
Total 35 900

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SEMESTER – VII

Paper Paper Teac Examin Marks Allotted


code hing ation
Hour Duratio
s/we n(Hour) Session ESE Total
ek al

4.7.1 Pharmaceutical Biotechnology 4 3 20 80 100


4.7.2 Pharmaceutics – VIII ( Pharmaceutical 4 3 20 80 100
Technology – II )
4.7.3 Pharmaceutical Industrial Management 4 3 20 80 100
4.7.4 Pharmacology - III 3 3 20 80 100
4.7.5 Pharmaceutical Chemistry – VII (Medicinal 3 3 20 80 100
Chemistry – II )
4.7.6 Elective Subject 3 3 20 80 100
4.7.7 Pharmaceutics –VIII ( Pharmaceutical 6 6 20 80 100
Technology –II ) Practicals
4.7.8 Pharmacology – III Practicals 4 4 20 80 100
4.7.9 Pharmaceutical Chemistry – VII(Medicinal 4 5 20 80 100
Chemistry – II ) Practicals
Total 35 900

SEMESTER – VIII

Paper Paper Teaching Examinations Marks Allotted


Code Hours/ Duration( Hour)
Week Sessional ESE Total

4.8.1 Pharmaceutics IX( Dosage Form 3 3 20 80 100


Design)
4.8.2 Pharmaceutical Analysis III 3 3 20 80 100
4.8.3 Pharmaceutical Chemistry – VIII 3 3 20 80 100
(Medicinal Chemistry III )
4.8.4 Pharmacognosy - VI 3 3 20 80 100
4.8.5 Pharmacology –IV ( Clinical 4 3 20 80 100
Pharmacy &Drug Interactions)
4.8.6 Pharmaceutics IX Practicals 3 5 20 80 100
4.8.7 Pharmaceutical Analysis III 3 4 20 80 100
Practicals
4.8.8 Pharmaceutical Chemistry –VIII 3 5 20 80 100
(Medicinal Chemistry III ) Practicals
4.8.9 Pharmacognosy – VI Practicals 3 4 20 80 100
4.8.10 Project/Dissertation related 20 80 100
Total 28 1000

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GIRIJANANDA CHOWDHURY INSTITUTE OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCE
Azara, Guwahati-17
Time Table for First Semester 2009

Days 9:00 – 10:00 10:00 – 11:00 11:00 – 12:00 12:00 – 1:00 – 2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00
1:00
Pharmaceutical Remedial Basic Electronics & Pharmaceutical Analysis – I Practical; Batch -A (SD)&(ABA):
Monday Chemistry – I Mathematics Computer Application Lab-2
(BPS) (DD) (MG) Basic Electronics & Computer Application Practical; Batch -C : Lab-5
(DSM)
Pharmaceutical Chemistry – I Practical; Batch -B (BPS): Lab-3

Pharmacognosy Pharmaceutical Remedial Pharmaceutical Analysis – I Practical; Batch -B (SD)&(ABA):: Lab-2


Tuesday –I Chemistry – I Mathematics Pharmacognosy – I Practical; Batch - A (D.Sh): Lab-4

Lunch Break
(LBS) (BPS) (U.N.M) Pharmaceutical Chemistry – I Practical; Batch - C (BPS): Lab-3

Pharmaceutical Remedial Basic Electronics & Basic Electronics & Computer Application Practical; Batch -B : Lab-5
Wednesday Analysis – I Mathematics Computer Application (DSM)
(SD) (DD) Pharmaceutical Chemistry – I Practical; Batch -A (BPS): Lab-3
Pharmacognosy – I Practical; Batch -C (D.Sh): Lab-4
Pharmacognosy Pharmaceutical Remedial Basic Electronics & Computer Application Practical Batch -A : Lab-5
Thursday –I Chemistry – I Mathematics (DSM)
(PD) (BPS) (U.N.M) Pharmaceutical Analysis – I Practical; Batch -C (SD)&(ABA):: Lab-2
Pharmacognosy – I Practical; Batch -B (D.Sh): Lab-4
Pharmaceutical Pharmaceutical Basic Electronics &
Friday Analysis – I Chemistry – I Computer Application Library Hour (B.P.S/SD/L.B.S)
(SD) (BPS) (MG)

Saturday Pharmaceutical Pharmacognosy –


Analysis – I I
(SD) (LBS)

P.D. : Pulak Deb; B.P.S. : Bhanu Pratap Sahoo D.D: Debashis Dey U.N.M. : Dr. U. Mishra: LBS : Lastrickle Bert Swett
D.Sh : Dibyendu Shil SD: Sumit Das A.B.A. : Abdul Baquee Ahmed, MG: Manojit Ghose, DSM: Dilawar Hussain Mazumdar.

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GIRIJANANDA CHOWDHURY INSTITUTE OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCE
Azara, Guwahati-17
Time Table for Third Semester 2009

Days 9:00 – 10:00 10:00 – 11:00 11:00 – 12:00 12:00 – 1:00 – 2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00
1:00
Pharmaceutics – II Practical; Batch - B (ABA)&(BN): Lab-6 Pharmacognosy – Pharmaceutical Pharmaceutics –
Monday Anatomy, Physiology & Health Education – II Practical; Batch -C (DS) & II analysis – II II
(JDN): Lab-1 (D.Sh) (SRD) (ABA)
Pharmaceutical analysis – II Practical; Batch -A (SD): Lab-2

Pharmaceutical Chemistry – IV Practical; Batch -A (SRD) : Lab-3 Pharmaceutics – II Anatomy, Physiology Pharmaceutical
Tuesday Pharmacognosy – II Practical; Batch - (D.Sh): (ABA) & Health Education – Chemistry – IV
B Lab-4 II (SRD)
Pharmaceutical analysis – II Practical; Batch - C(SD): Lab-2 (DS)

Pharmacognosy – II Practical; Batch -A (D.Sh): Anatomy, Pharmaceutics – II Pharmaceutical

Lunch Break
Wednesday Lab-4 Physiology & (ABA) analysis – II
Pharmaceutical Chemistry – IV Practical; Batch - B (SRD): Lab-3 Health Education – (IC)
Pharmaceutics – II Practical; Batch -C (ABA)&(BN)Lab-6 II
(DS)
Pharmaceutical Chemistry – IV Practical; Batch -C (SRD): Lab-3 Anatomy, Pharmaceutical Pharmaceutical
Thursday Pharmaceutical analysis – II Practical; Batch - B (SD): Lab-2 Physiology & analysis – II Chemistry – IV
Anatomy, Physiology & Health Education – II Practical; Batch -A (DS)& Health Education – (IC) (SRD)
(JDN): Lab-1 II
(DS)
Pharmaceutics – II Practical; Batch -A (ABA)&(BN): Lab-6 Pharmacognosy
Friday Anatomy, Physiology & Health Education – II Practical; Batch -B (DS& II Library Hour (IC/SRD/D.Sh)
(JDN): Lab-1 (D.Sh)
Pharmacognosy – II Practical; Batch -C (D.Sh):
Lab-4
Saturday Pharmaceutical Tutorial Class
Pharmacognosy – II Chemistry – IV
(D.Sh) (SRD)

A.B.A. : Abdul Baquee Ahmed, D.S. : Dipankar Saha I.C. : Indranil Chanda, S.R. D. : Smritirekha Das BN: Bipul Nath JDN=: Jiban
Debnath SD: Sumit Das D.Sh : Dibyendu Shil

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GIRIJANANDA CHOWDHURY INSTITUTE OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCE
Azara, Guwahati-17
Time Table for Fifth Semester 2009
Days 9:00 – 10:00 10:00 – 11:00 11:00 – 12:00 12:00 – 1:00 – 2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00
1:00
Pharmacognosy – IV Pharmaceutical Pharmaceutics – V Pharmaceutical Chemistry - V Practical (IC); Batch –A : Lab
Monday (LBS) Chemistry - V (PD) Pharmaceutics – VI Practical (BN); Batch -B: Lab 7
(IC) Pharmacology – I Practical; (JDN)&(DS) Batch -C: Lab

Pharmacology – I Pharmaceutics – V Pharmaceutics - VI Pharmaceutical Chemistry - V Practical (IC); Batch –B: Lab
Tuesday (JDN) (PD) (BN) Pharmaceutics – V Practical (PD); Batch -C: Lab 6
Pharmaceutics – VI Practical (BN); Batch -A: Lab 7

Pharmaceutical Pharmaceutics - VI Pharmaceutics – V Pharmaceutics – V Practical (PD) ; Batch -B: Lab 6


Wednesday Chemistry - V (BN) (PD) Pharmacology – I Practical (JDN) &(DS); Batch -A: Lab

Lunch Break
(IC) Pharmacognosy – IVPractical (LBS) ; Batch-C: Lab 4

Pharmaceutics - VI Pharmacology – I Pharmacognosy – IV Pharmaceutics – V (PD)Practical; Batch -A: Lab 6


Thursday (BN) (JDN) (LBS) Pharmaceutics – VI (BN)Practical; Batch –C: Lab 7
Pharmacognosy – IV (LBS) Practical; Batch-B: Lab 4

Pharmaceutics – V Pharmacology – I (JDN) Pharmacognosy – IV Pharmaceutical Chemistry - V Practical (IC); Batch - C : Lab
Friday (PD) (LBS) Pharmacology – I (JDN) &(DS) Practical; Batch -B: Lab
Pharmacognosy – IV (LBS) Practical; Batch-A: Lab 4
Saturday Pharmacology – I Pharmaceutical Tutorial Class
(JDN) Chemistry - V
(IC)

P.D. : Pulak Deb; I.C. : Indranil Chanda, LBS : Lastrickle Bert Swett BN: Bipul Nath JDN : Jiban Debnath

D.S. : Dipankar Saha


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